Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Could this be his last Egg Hunt?

My 11 year old informed me he was "getting too old Easter."  What?!  Can't you see the excitement level here in comparison to his 4 year old brother?  He was not impressed with his Easter basket.  Maybe if it would have had a  PS 3 game or an I Tunes gift card.  But Easter is for bunnies, eggs and chocolates.  Why doesn't he appreciate that?  Where did I go wrong??  My baby is growing up : (  
                                                               My handsome sons!


The church Easter Egg Hunt.  Prince O wanted to swing and Prince A would not be caught dead hunting eggs!

                                                                           Silly boy!

 Shhh.. don't tell him I posted this pic.  Prince A is actually enjoying a little egg hunting in privacy at home, of course. (We had a money prize egg, once he found it, he was done!)
                                                                 
He asked me to take this pic.  Went and put on his skinny jeans with shirt and tie. Stylin'!  I told you my baby is growing up!  
Hope everyone had a great Easter and made good memories.  I sure did!

4 comments:

Wendy said...

My youngest is 11 this year too and he told me he was too old for easter egg hunts. So I got him to help hide the eggs for the foster kids. He enjoyed doing that and watching them search. And of course helping them eat their eggs :D

Cindy said...

Ah, those were the days, when my kids hunted for eggs. Your little one looks like he had fun, so nice that you have one that young still. I know you are enjoying him. Your big boy sure is stylin, so handsome too! And your little one is so CUTE! What a sweetie, hugs, Cindy S

-Meleah- said...

LOL. I feel your pain. I put my son on his Easter outfit and he told me that it was for babies and that he looked like a baby. He's 2 for heaven's sake! He is a baby!

Always Nesting said...

Awwww....so cute!! Your boys are adorable and Oh, how I feel your pain. However, they are never too old for egg hunts. The prize inside just changes.

Two daughters, ages 21 and 22 were here on Easter and of course we had a hunt, inside because of the rain. Eggs were filled with $1s, $5s, and the golden egg prize - a $20. They love it, and hopefully will never outgrow the hunt.